Researchers are using layers of silicon quantum dots to create ultra-efficient silicon solar cells.
A new mobile phone that's rather simple bucks the trend toward more complicated, power-hungry devices.
A new way to move fluids around on a "lab on a chip" could make sophisticated portable blood tests more practical.
The world's most advanced Internet backbone is not only 10 times fatter--it also pushes the envelope on reliability
New electrodes and electrolytes could mean higher energy and less danger from lithium-ion batteries.
Recent Nobel laureate Andrew Fire talks about the evolving understanding of RNA interference's natural roles in development and disease.
Will lasers provide a cheaper alternative to large projection and plasma displays?
Howard University researchers are looking for genetic clues about the high incidence of some diseases among black Americans.
New software takes advantage of Wi-Fi to make data downloads and voice calls far more affordable.
New high-performance transistors could lead to windows and helmet visors that double as high-quality displays.